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Don Cramer, of Ypsilanti, with his winning wheelless transportation device, at the Science Fair, April 1960

Don Cramer, of Ypsilanti, with his winning wheelless transportation device, at the Science Fair, April 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 11, 1960
Caption
WHEELLESS TRANSPORTATION: Don Cramer, 14-year-old ninth-grade student at East Junior High School in Ypsilanti, demonstrates a device involving wheelless transportation during the Southeastern Michigan Science Fair over the weekend in Ann Arbor. The device is suspended and moves on a narrow cushion of air. His entry--"The Ground Effect--Wheelless Transportation"--won a second prize in the overall Senior Division and a first place in the engineering category of that division. Don is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Cramer of 316 Garland Ave. Several area students were cited.

Edmonson Junior High School Sweetheart Ball, February 1959

Edmonson Junior High School Sweetheart Ball, February 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 19, 1959
Caption
BELATED VALENTINE DANCE: The Edmonson Junior High School "Sweetheart Ball" was postponed last week because of the weather, but the students made up for it last night. Guest of honor was a stuffed dog, "J. B. Junior," the school's newly named mascot. Student council members in charge of the dance were, from the left, Geneva Johnson and Walter McCoy (dancing), Linda Bullock, Sherry Webster and Diana Schock.

Students Arrive By School Bus On The First Day Of School At Chapelle School, September 1954

Students Arrive By School Bus On The First Day Of School At Chapelle School, September 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1954
Caption
Among the first bus passengers to arrive at Chapelle School today were Carol Hall (left) of 3974 Golfside Rd. and Daren Otis of 5715 Ellis Rd., both in Ypsilanti township.

Students On The First Day Of School At Chapelle School, September 1954

Students On The First Day Of School At Chapelle School, September 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1954
Caption
Two freshly-scrubbed second graders - Charles Lynch (left) and David Greenway of 1206 S. Congress St. - sit calmly on the Chapelle steps talking over the coming year as they await the first bell.

First Day Of School At George Elementary School, September 1955

First Day Of School At George Elementary School, September 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 16, 1955
Caption
YPSILANTI PUPILS MOVE INTO NEW CLASSROOMS: Some 180 pupils of Ypsilanti's George Elementary School began classes today in six new rooms - three houses - completed this week and each containing two large rooms. The temporary classrooms will be used until construction of a large elementary school in the Ypsilanti district. Leading her first graders into their new quarters (above), located on the George parking lot, is Mrs. Frederick Becker. The pre-fab type houses are equipped with electricity and gas heat. The classes, two sections each of the first, second and third grades, will use all other facilities in the main school building.